Complementary slackness condition, Microeconomics

Consider the following linear program in primal form and develop the dual formulation in a detailed manner. Use matrix notation in developing the dual. Clearly express all the dual variables and the constraints. What do you understand by complementary slackness condition in primal-dual relationship? Represent the relationship in the context of the primal-dual pair that you derived.

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